GOP lawmakers approved bill partly in response to health orders in St. Louis County.
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(The Center Square) – A key statehouse budget-writer signaled this weekend that negotiations are producing consensus on the stalled extension of a hospital tax that pays for about one-third of Missouri’s $11 billion Medicaid program.
The top budget writer in the Missouri House said he was encouraged by recent negotiations.
The Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce & CVB hosted the State of the State Luncheon to help provide the community with some much neede…
Fighting over birth control language, lawmakers did not renew the tax, which expires Sept. 30, before they ended their session May 14.
Sen. Holly Rehder, R-Sikeston, is in the middle of divorce proceedings.
(The Center Square) – Republican statehouse leaders report no concrete progress in negotiations over extending a hospital tax that pays for about one-third of Missouri’s $11 billion Medicaid program.
(The Center Square) – Four agriculture committee chairs are requesting Gov. Mike Parson call a special session to once-and-for-all establish a state eminent domain policy and extend tax credit programs for meat processors, soybean and corn producers.
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones responded to a news conference held by five state representatives, including four from St. Louis suburbs.
The Legislature held a similar special session last summer.